This state park has over 368,000 acres near Seldovia
at the end of the Sterling Hwy
. It is located on the south shore of the bay and includes glaciers, alpine tundra, forests, fjords, bays and high-country lakes.
Existing trails offer hiking from Glacier Spit to China Poot Peak. A new trail system is under construction with funds from the Exxon Valdez oil spill settlement. There are campsites at Glacier Spit, Halibut Cove Lagoon and China Poot Lake.
Plans call for additional campsites and cabins. Daily ferry service carries visitors to trailheads. The beach areas offer Kayaking, Tidepools, clamming and beachcombing. There is a state park office at Mile 168.5 Sterling Hwy.